Add a bit of sparkle to Easter this year by revitalising the traditional egg hunt with exciting new treats from Woolworths.
Easter is upon us once again and come Sunday there will be ravenous hordes of children across the world charging around and consuming as much chocolate as they can successfully hunt. Why not tweak the formula this year and throw a splash of magic on your Easter festivities.
BUNNY FILLED WITH SPECKLED EGGS
For a more fast-paced hunt, buy each child a bunny filled with speckled eggs from Woolworths for R34.95.
Take the eggs out and hide them around, the first one to find enough eggs to fill up their bunny wins a prize. Alternatively, give every kid a colour and tell him or her they can only collect eggs of their colour.
BUNNY MILK CHOCOLATE LOLLY
For the younger kiddies, why not eschew the traditional egg in favour of Woolworths’ bunny milk chocolate lolly at just R9.95.
These super cute little chocolates taste delicious and will make the day that much more meaningful for the littlest of your Easter crowd.
BULK MILK CHOCOLATE EGGS
What if your pack of kids really is a horde and you feel like you have children sprouting up everywhere? Plump for the bulk Milk Chocolate Eggs
and get 30 for R49.95.
If you’re feeling inventive, their bright foil wrapping make them ideal for dawn or dusk Easter egg hunts.
Give the kids torches and let them hunt for their shiny treats in the gloom.
Once the day has passed and the younger ones have gorged themselves into a stupor, the adults can have their turn.
Woolworths Chocolate Selection is R69.95 and gives the adults a chance to have their own chocolate indulgence.
An assortment of milk, white and darkchocolate with various creamy fillings is an excellent way to wind down your Sunday in a haze of deliciousness.
Sick of chocolate? Put a South African twist on the day with a tin of Soetkoekies for R59.95, these traditional condensed milk biscuits will give you a lovely and local alternative to the chocolate frenzy.
There are some ideas, now get creative and see if you can't improve the classic Easter Sunday this year.
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